Usage Button for Parts Inventory Tracking

Would you ever like to know where, and of what quantity, a specific Part has gone to?

Was the part used in a Work Order or Invoice?
With the Usage Button, you can see exactly where that Part went.

*Please Note:  This only works if you have Parts Inventory Tracking Turned ON in your Profile.

Here’s how to view a Parts Usage:

1. Open your Parts List.
2. Locate the Part in your list that you want to investigate.
3. Click the Usage button:

4. The next page will show you where that particular Part was applied.
Click the Work Order or Invoice NUMBER to view the document:

If the Part has NOT yet been applied to a Work Order or Invoice, you will receive this message:
This part currently is not used in any Work Order or Invoice“.

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Inventory Tracking

Invoice Parts Summary List

Parts List: Enter Amounts in Correct Format

 

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Friday, Saturday, Sunday & IA Seminars:  The office is Closed. Calls, voicemails and emails will be responded to within a reasonable amount of time.

Account Locked? Don’t Panic

Is your Account LOCKED?

If there were too many attempts to access your account, our security tools will view it as a threat, and shut down access for one (1) minute. You will receive this message on screen:————
Account Locked.
Your account was locked out due to too many invalid log in attempts. Please note that passwords are case sensitive.
Don’t worry, the account will automatically be unlocked in 1 minute. Please try again after that time has passed.
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Why does this happen? 

1) Email OR Password OR both were typed in, incorrectly, numerous times. (Some of our customers call this “fat finger”).

2) Your Browser auto-fill saved incorrect information, so auto-fill will load incorrect information each time you try to log in.  You will need to go into your browser’s Password section and make the correction there.

3) The most unlikely (but possible) reason is someone else attempted to login without your permission.  We have never heard of this happening with our customers, but it is possible.

In any case, give it one (1) minute to reset, and try again.

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Have more questions? Contact Us

Monday thru Thursday: Open from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Friday, Saturday & Sunday:  The office is Closed. Calls, voicemails and emails will be responded to within a reasonable amount of time.